3 bed End of Terrace SOLD STC
Asking Price £325,000
Positioned on a quiet and charming section of Leader Street, at the heart of Cheswick Village, is this three bedroom home with a detached garage and parking. The house itself is well-finished throughout, with integrated 'Smeg' appliances in the kitchen and contemporary tiled flooring on the ground floor. The house has three bedrooms on the first floor with an en-suite shower room to the master. The ground floor comprises a kitchen/diner, WC, utility cupboard and living room with a doors out to a garden measuring over 10metres in length. The house is well-positioned for the shops and eateries of The Square in Cheswick Village and just a short journey from Abbey Wood. The area has several major areas of employment nearby and is ideal for commuters into Bristol City Centre or for those requiring access to the M4 or M5 motorway.
Living Room – 4.6 x 3.4m (to maximum points)
Kitchen/Diner – 5.0 x 2.5m
Downstairs WC – 1.8 x 1.0m
Master Bedroom – 3.8 x 2.5m (to maximum points, including built-in storage)
En-Suite to Master Bedroom - 2.6 x 1.8m (to maximum points)
Bedroom Two -2.9 x 2.6m (to maximum points)
Bedroom Three – 2.4 x 2.0m
Bathroom – 2.1 x 1.8m
The house has a rear garden which measures over 10 metres in length. To the side of the house runs a driveway suitable for parking two cars leading to a detached garage with power and lighting and an apex roof largely boarded for extra storage.
Cheswick Village is a well-regarded area in North Bristol which has been recently developed to satisfy the huge demand for property in North Bristol. Within Cheswick Village, Leader Street sits very close to the fast-growing village centre, ideal for popping to the shops or eateries. The area continues to grow in size and popularity, with the nearby Wallscourt Farm Academy rated as 'Good' by Ofsted, further enhancing the appeal of the area to families. The area is situated close to several areas of employment, with many residents working at the nearby M.o.D or Aviva or making the short journey to other major employers in North Bristol, such as Rolls Royce and Airbus. For those who work or socialise in the City Centre, the proximity of two train stations is very useful whilst buses also provide access by public transport, able to cut through to the Horfield area via a designated route for buses and pedestrians. The area is situated very close to the M32 so for those travelling to Bristol, London or South Wales by car, the house is very well placed. For residents looking to retreat from city life, the area has a good range of green spaces, from the expansive Stoke Park to the winding paths along Snuff Mills and the Oldbury Court Estate ideal for dog walkers, runners and mountain bikers.
What is Included?
Within the kitchen there is an integrated electric oven and gas hob, Smeg microwave, fridge/freezer and dishwasher which will be included within the sale. Other appliances and furniture are not automatically included but may be available for separate negotiation.
Estimated Rental Value
The house has parking for two cars, one behind the other, and a garage suitable for parking for one car or for use as a storage space or workshop.
The Onward Chain
Our current sellers are upsizing in the area and have found a property.
Our Sellers Say….
'This was a perfect 1st house for us. The house was brand new when we bought it and we have enjoyed making it into our home. But unfortunately we have now out grown it. Cheswick is a lovely community that we will be staying in. Great location to walk into the village.'
According to the energy performance certificate, the property is rated as a 'B' for environmental impact and for energy efficiency, with the only recommended improvements being low energy light fittings and solar panels. The estimated running costs for lighting, heating and hot water are around £440 per year, according to the EPC.